The federal government has ratified the collective agreements for PSAC-UTE members working at Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and in the Treasury Board PA, TC, SV, and EB bargaining units.
PSAC members in the Operational Services (SV) bargaining unit have voted overwhelmingly in favour of their tentative agreement, with 90% of ballots cast in favour of the new contract.
Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada working for Treasury Board and Canada Revenue Agency have voted overwhelmingly in favour of ratifying their tentative agreements. Members in the PA, SV, TC, EB, and CRA bargaining groups participated in nationwide ratification votes from May 24 to June 16.
Together, more than 155,000 PSAC members led the fight for better remote work protections during this round of negotiations – and we won. The gains you made by taking strike action will benefit not just PSAC members, but all workers in Canada.
On May 1, PSAC’s SV bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with Treasury Board. The bargaining team recommends ratification of the new agreement.
PSAC has reached a tentative agreement for SV members that provides wage increases that prevent workers from falling further behind, closes wage gaps for our members, and improves job security.
When returning to work after the Treasury Board strike ended on Monday, May 1, some PSAC members may have started later than their usual scheduled start time and some managers have raised this issue with them.
After nearly two years of bargaining leading to one of the largest strikes in Canadian history, PSAC has reached tentative agreements for the more than 120,000 Treasury Board workers who deliver critical services to Canadians.
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